All files should be named in this format: name+project+object
Also, please make sure to label the file as final or WIP (work in progress)
This will ensure that we are printing the correct file
Files should be located in the proper folder
LIKE A ROLLING STONE files should be in the LIKE A ROLLING STONE
RENDERS files should be in the RENDERS folder
NECKIT files should be in the NECKIT folder
Please upload your renders to the render folder. Again, all the files should be labeled
Please make sure you have uploaded all of your files
Is the selfie just a Digital Cameo?
Using the 3D systems Sense scanners, Rhino and Sculptris capture geometry and edit it to fit a supplied brooch back. The subject matter can be narrative or self-reflective but must use a portion of your body. These brooches will be put on display in the hallway of J&M. Parts will be printed using the Form 1, Dimension or Shapeways.
Students will learn advanced organic modeling techniques using Sculptris to edit 3D scan
data in order to make a self portrait style brooch.
Sculptris/ Pixelogic’s stand alone organic modeling software
Measuring and modeling to fit polygonal geometry to meet hard surface geometry.
Learn 3D scanning using the 3D systems handheld 3D scanner.
Using stone setting techniques to set unusual material
Translating real life measurements into a digital environment and then outputting it to a 3D printer.
Creating a wearable “cameo” with 3D scan data.
MRI, X-ray, 123D catch, Cameos, Self portrait project, Chuck Close, explore the possibility of the “wearable me”
How can 3D scan data help support conceptual content in work?
Does translating the real into virtual change how what is scanned perceived (icon/avatar of yourself)?
Once your likeness is digitized is it yours?
What are other uses for 3D scanning in wearable work?
What role does identity play in your piece?
A wearable piece that takes advantage of 3D printing and 3D scanning technology to include geometry that is relevant to conceptual content. Tests and mock-ups are required. Multiple prints may need to be made in order to fit print to brooch back. With this and all projects for this course renders and spec drawings are to be turned in.